Notable for Rest for Your Soul (2007), A Living Prayer (2014), The Music of Northern Ireland (2015), and other solo pop albums, this tenor vocalist is also well known for hosting the joint BBC Northern Ireland and PBS production Celebrating the Music from Northern Ireland (2014).
At age nine, he performed on BBC Radio Ulster's George Jones Show. Just four years later, he recorded his debut album After the Storm.
He launched his own internet station, The Eamonn McCrystal Network, in 2012. He appears briefly in the 2014 Ashley Judd feature Big Stone Gap.
A native of Cookstown, Northern Ireland, he is the son of Ann and Jim McCrystal. Before beginning his music career, he considered becoming a priest.